Sara Fox BFA ’10 and Madigan Stehly BFA ’14 earned Primetime Emmy nods, while Briana Nicole Henry BFA ’14 earned a Daytime Emmy nod.
The producer, creative executive and film editor shares about uplifting Black womxn, learning to have a deep trust in herself, advice to current students and more.
In our Alumni Q&A series, we caught up with Michael Schwartz BA ’06 to get to know about his best USC experience, co-creating the Tommy Awards, working in multiple mediums and more.
As part of a Q&A series with our adjunct faculty, the USC School of Dramatic Arts asked Julián Juaquín Conde his recent film and television work, staying curious, returning to SDA as a lecturer and more.
Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, with five Academy Award nominations, is the latest example from the SDA alum’s respected producing career.
In our Alumni Q&A series, we caught up with Kate Cannova BA ’03 in which she shares about her love for producing, her life-changing experience at SDA, advice to students and more.
Showrunners Anthony Sparks and Sara Finney-Johnson work to create positive depictions of Black life on screen.
The Sandy Reed Endowed Professional Development Fund, created in honor of the alum, will endow professional development programming at SDA.
In our Alumni Q&A series, we caught up with Tomm Polos. The Alumni Leadership Council Co-Chair discusses his professional work, an SDA program he’s passionate about, his favorite theatre on campus and more.
In our Alumni Q&A series, we caught up with Kimiyo Bowlby BA ’10. The alum shares about the role her SDA degree has in her current field, advice to students on becoming a well-rounded artist and more.